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Anna Jarkiewicz

Professionalization of Social Work with “Mentally Disturbed People” – Analysis from the Interpretative Perspective


The article contains the conclusions from my research which concerns the professionalization of social work with “mentally disturbed clients, and had been done for six months in the Municipal Social Welfare Centre. This time gave me an opportunity to participate, as an observer, in social workers’ everyday life, and to get to know them better. In my studies I adopted grounded theory research.


professionalization, social work, mentally disturbed clients

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